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A question closed as a duplicate normally displays a message stating that it already has an answer elsewhere. Apparently, though, on Meta sites where questions can be closed even if the existing question does not have an answer, the message is modified to reflect that.
Despite this, the message presented to the poster when someone suggests a duplicate does not reflect the possibility that the question could be a duplicate even if the original has no answer. You are presented with two choices:
That solved my problem!
No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how.
In cases where the same question has been asked but has no answer, neither choice is accurate. The question is not different, but the problem has not been solved.
Can this message be modified to allow us a choice where it is a duplicate even though the problem has not been solved?